Speaker Programs

“Giant Trees: Sequoia and Kings Canyon Parks” speaker program will be held on Thursday, February 8th beginning at 7:00 pm at the Royal Oak Historical Museum (1411 W. Webster, just west of Crooks).  Join Don Drife and Bob Muller on a trip to see the largest living things on earth.   Not only were the giant trees magnificent, but the rest of the forest where they grew was also majestic.  There was a surprise when going to Kings Canyon.   As you cross over the mountains, the Giant Sequoia forest turns into a desert within just a few miles.  If you have never been there, join Don and Bob as they talk about their experiences.  There is no cost & registration is not required.  


“These are Mushrooms, Too: Fungi Without Gills” speaker program will be held on Thursday, March 7th, beginning at 7:00 pm at the Royal Oak Historical Museum (1411 W. Webster, just west of Crooks).  Join Mary Fredricks as she covers morels, cup fungi, stinkhorns, and many others.  There is no cost & registration is not required.